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Hard Hat Tours at Gloucester Gate playground

On until 20 Dec 2019

Schools and community groups are invited to join us for a sneak preview of the construction of the new playground at Gloucester Gate in Regents Park before it is officially open to the Public!

The Regent's Park

Education, Special Events

Paid
Introduction to Plant Morphology

When trying to identify plants using keys are you confused by botanical terms? On this course you will use hand lenses to examine ‘simple’ flowers right through to the ‘dreaded’ grasses.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
How to Use Plant Identification Keys

Picture guides are really useful, when identifying wild plants, however, to get the most out of botanising, learning how to use keys is an essential tool.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Urban Wild Plants

Wild plants in urban areas are often very different to their counterparts in the countryside. You will be introduced to non-natives of the London area that you are less likely to experience elsewhere in the UK.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Common British and Irish Plant Families 1: Cabbage, Carrot, Lily and Rose

You will be introduced to 3-5 common wild plant families and their main vegetative and floral characteristics and then practice identification skills, using keys, and examine the plants in the field. One of four sessions.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Tree Identification: Summer

There is a great variety of trees in our Parks and we will focus on identifying the native and broadleaved trees using practical studies and sharpen your observational skills.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Common British and Irish Plant Families 2: Pea, Grass, Rush and Sedge

You will be introduced to 3-5 common wild plant families and their main vegetative and floral characteristics and then practice identification skills, using keys, and examine the plants in the field. One of four sessions.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Meadows and Grassland Plants

Meadows and other grasslands present a range of plant communities and support a diversity of wildlife. Learn about hay meadows, their history, management, and identify some common plants and grasses.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Common British and Irish Plant Families 3: Mint, Figwort and Borage

You will be introduced to 3-5 common wild plant families and their main vegetative and floral characteristics and then practice identification skills, using keys, and examine the plants in the field. One of four sessions.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Common British and Irish Plant Families 4: Daisy, Goosefoot, Dock and Willow

You will be introduced to 3-5 common wild plant families and their main vegetative and floral characteristics and then practice identification skills, using keys, and examine the plants in the field. One of four sessions.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Discovering Bats

Learn about the 17 species of British Bat and how to identify them, then use detectors on the evening walk.

The Regent's Park

Education, Wildlife

Paid
Tree Identification: Autumn

Do you know how to identify trees in London’s parks and gardens? There is a great variety of trees in our Parks and we will focus on the introduced and exotic trees and conifers using obervation skills to identify them.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

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